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KANEZASHI MASAKOTO
Professor
Affiliation Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering
Discipline Chemical Engineering
Academic Degrees Hiroshima University Doctor of Engineering
Hiroshima University Master of Engineering
Research Fields Engineering; Process / Chemical engineering; Properties in chemical engineering process / Transfer operation / Unit operation
Research Keywords Sol-Gel Method / Membrane Separation and Technology / Gas Separation / Pore Size Control / Microporous Structure Control
Comments In recent years, membrane separation processes such as gas separation of hydrogen and carbon dioxide, separation of liquid mixtures such as dehydration or dealcoholization from ethanol aqueous solutions, and nanofiltration separation have attracted attention to realize environmental problems and energy-saving processes. I am interested in membrane development derived from porous material and evaluation of separation properties according to the separation target, from gas to liquid separation. In particular, I am conducting research focusing on microporous structure control technologies such as pore size and adsorption property at the sub-nano level using amorphous silica.
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Topic Earth Science
Nanotechnology
SDGs 6 Clean water and sanitation 7 Affordable and clean energy 11 Sustainable cities and communities 13 Climate action
Educational Programs [Bachelor Degree Program] School of Engineering : Cluster 3(Applied Chemistry, Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering) : Program of Chemical Engineering
[Master's Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Chemical Engineering Program
[Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Chemical Engineering Program
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